Size: labeled 31” by 32”
Waist: measures 30” flat, with the elastic it stretches up to 31” easily
Length: 42.5” at outseam/side seams
Rise: 10” in front and 13.5” in back
Label: Levi’s Movin’ On, 1975, Made in USA, 84% cotton 16% polyester
Light tan or khaki corduroy “Movin’ On” Levis 70s jeans with wide, slightly flared legs and high waist, these deadstock men’s cord trousers have never been worn and are in excellent to mint condition. They have the classic vintage Levis details, including a metal zip fly, and back patch pockets with cool pleated detailing. The right back pocket has a small “e” white tab. The front pockets are horizontal slit pockets, for a smoother, flat-front fit. “Movin’ On” 70s Levi’s were apparently “New Levi’s Jeans Styles” with “European Fit”, according to the label. They look solidly mid-70s/early disco style to me: the waist is high and the legs are bit wide all the way down, and flare out only a little more at the hem, rather than the more obviously bellbottom-styled jeans of the earlier 1970s. They have small section of elastic set into the waistband at each side seam—probably to ensure a properly snug 70s fit! The original paper tag, which is dated 1975, is labeled a vintage size 31 X 32, but please see the measurements for details. Vintage Levi’s cords from the 1970s in mint condition—can’t go wrong with that!